South Korean actress Kim Tae Hee mesmerizes with her infinite charm spectrum in the recently unveiled photoshoot for the July issue of ‘Arena Homme+’ magazine. Embracing a stylish black and white monotonous theme, Kim Tae-hee exudes elegance and a captivating chic vibe.
Alongside the captivating visuals, the photoshoot also features an interview where Kim Tae-hee shares behind-the-scenes stories from the filming of the Genie TV original drama, “The House with a Courtyard,” and discusses her future goals.
Regarding her first thriller project, “Lies Hidden in My Garden,” Kim Tae-hee expressed, “Both Lies Hidden in My Garden’ and ‘Moon Joo Ran’ are completely unfamiliar genres and characters.” She added, “However, I didn’t approach it by saying, ‘I have to show a completely different side of Kim Tae-hee.’ I simply thought, ‘I am Joo Ran.'”
Having appeared in numerous successful works such as “Stairway to Heaven,” “Love Story in Harvard,” “IRIS,” and “Yong Pal,” Kim Tae-hee considers the drama “Grand Prix” as a turning point in her acting career. She explained, “‘Grand Prix’ became a significant turning point in my acting career. It was through that project that I first met senior actor Yang Dong-geun. I learned things like how to immerse myself completely in a character, how to interpret and express a scene differently, and what it takes to bring a scene to life.”
Lastly, when asked how she would like to be remembered as an actress in 20 years, Kim Tae-hee responded, “An actress who is curious about her next project. It would be a great blessing to be able to continue working in the industry even after 20 years. I also have a desire to become an actress who feels more relatable than I do now. People who know me well know that I am truly flawed and ordinary, but viewers may not be aware of that. I want to become someone who radiates humanity both on and off the screen.”
To catch a glimpse of actress Kim Tae-hee’s new transformation, the captivating photoshoot and interview can be found in the July issue of ‘Arena Homme+’ magazine.